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She tells Jesse, “I think more highly of you than you think of yourself.” Again with the split image reference, Parker shows us two characters who are the split image of one another, circling carefully around, nursing their past wounds and looking for a possible new start.Apr 26 2011 | Read Full Review of Split Image (Jesse Stone)
But what initially appears to be a low-level mob hit takes on new meaning when a high-ranking crime figure is found dead on Paradise Beach.
Stressed by the case, his failed relationship with his ex-wife, and his ongoing battle with the bottle, Jesse needs something to keep him from spinni...
Parker, in fact, had entered heaven with one of Poe's books, for like the angels, he was looking forward to an interesting eternity.Mar 01 2010 | Read Full Review of Split Image (Jesse Stone)
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